On and off over the years, we had often called on the Good Saint for his help, from selling homes, to work-related endeavors, our marriage, and our family. I joke now with friends that God broke our family so that we could be rebuilt in that time. … Continue readingThe Beauty of Rote Prayer and a Good Planner
While it may seem a little early to be thinking about Lent, this important season in the Church will be here before we know it. The Valentine’s Day displays adorning the stores, even before Christmas had officially ended, provided a heart-filled reminder of the swift movement of time between holidays. … Continue readingWhat is Your Plan for Lent?
Any good planner is worth the investment. But I believe a good planner should also be affordable. When DAYBOOK began in 2014, then advertised as Catholic Through The Year, the goal was to make Catholic planning affordable, first and foremost. … Continue readingThe Case for DAYBOOK
Are you one for trends? I’m not much of a trend follower myself. But I do admit that I’m a bit head-over-heels for the planner and journaling craze that has taken over lately. I love a good planner to stay organized and help me to … Continue readingOctober Planner and Printables
By now, you’ve probably noticed that Madonna of the Lilies has been an inspirational part of Catholic Sistas from day one. You may also have noticed a rendition of that William-Adolphe Bouguereau print that I commissioned Monica Welch of Dovetail Ink to do a couple of … Continue readingThe Story Behind Catholic Sistas and Dovetail Ink